Great people, great outdoor pursuits, steak and pizza done right
Quiet plains town
Glasgow is a great place to be a kid, then it gets a bit problematic
If you need wi-fi access or western union or to send anything out fedex or UPS there is one place to handle it all. The name of the store is Go Postal. They also have computer access and refreshments. Everything a person needs while on the road.
From the F-80 Shooting Star in the front to the selection of mounted trophies in the back, this is not a museum for the faint of heart! The kids will love playing on the caboose, (and checking out the taxidermy) and if you are at all into history you can spend hours reading about the lives of the pioneers who settled this land after the Assiniboine were placed on the Reservation. Lot of mixed feelings about that, my Grandfather was a homesteader himself and his stories showed he had some qualms about it, even 50 years after the fact.
You have to see the double headed sheep, tho, this is no jack-a-lope mind you!
Eugene's Pizza makes the best in Glasgow, Montana. They twirl the dough so high there is flour on the ceiling! I also recommend sitting as far from the door as possible during winter as the draft can get quite chilly.
Favorite Dish: What I like best there however is not pizza at all, but their Jalepino Poppers ....... Yummm and with ranch dressing toooo! They give generous portions.
Amtrak services this town of 17000 and there is a real buzz on the days these sleek prairie liners pull in. We are in the mountains in some very beautiful scenery..One can imagine the influence the railroad had in opening up the west.